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symmetry in physics. a much more mysterious fact is that laws of nature generally exhibit some sort of invariance, a fact proved by emmy noether, perhaps the greatest woman mathematician of the 20th century. a prime example is the law of conservation of momentum that comes from the spatial invariance of the laws of motion. fundamentally, the world works via symmetry. the symmetries of nature, the patterns of the alhambra tilings, the manipulations of mathematical equations, or a deck of cards. whether we're talking about symmetry as a property or as a transformation, it creates the emotional responses we feel in the presence of beauty, whether it's art, math, or butterflies. captions by lns captioning portland, oregon
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